Boost’s offer to give 3GB total on the $40 UNLTD plan is extended to 30 March 2015 when paying by credit/debit card of Paypal brings a bonus 500MB smile to my dial.
Hot on the heels of Vodafone’s 4.5-inch prepaid 4G smartphone for $99, Boost has gone one bigger - a 5-inch prepaid 3G smartphone for $99, too. We spoke to Boost Mobile’s CMO, Ian Blackhall about it on video.
After initially offering 3GB of Telstra Next G-class ‘up to’ 42.2Mbps data for $40 and then frustratingly dropping it to 2GB in February this year, Boost is finally boosting it back higher again, going ‘halfway’ to 2.5GB.
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